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CHELMSFORD, Mass., March 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mercury Computer
Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRCY) announced that its wholly owned subsidiary,
Mercury Federal Systems, Inc., has received a
An IED (improvised explosive device), commonly known as a "road-side bomb," is designed to distract, destroy or incapacitate personnel or vehicles. Crafted from combustible, toxic, destructive, and often lethal chemicals from military or commercially sourced explosives, IEDs are capable of propagating a life-threatening effect beyond shrapnel, concussive blasts, and fire normally associated with bombs.
Under this contract, Mercury will provide an "open-systems" digital signal processing (DSP) architecture technology and testbed systems for counter-IED research and development, as well as systems engineering support services to the U.S. Government and to contractors that use the testbed facilities. In addition, Mercury will demonstrate a scalable data acquisition and processing application within a very dense, size/weight/power (SWaP)-constrained environment. Mercury will further demonstrate the X-Midas platform-independent software framework as an application environment, which is designed to reuse existing applications from other Government and contractor sources for developing DSP applications.
Mercury also announced a related agreement with ITT Electronic Systems (NYSE: ITT), a leading supplier of information and electronic warfare (EW) technologies, systems, and services that enable mission success and survivability for a broad range of military aircraft. Through collaboration with ITT's Electronic Warfare Systems business area, the strengths of each organization shall be leveraged to demonstrate algorithm component portability for the JCREW testbed architecture, which is an important element of the R&D objectives of the program.
"It is our intention to collaborate with high-technology companies such as Mercury, to enable the rapid design and development of affordable electronic warfare systems for military applications," said Pete Steensma, Director, Advanced Concepts and Technology at ITT Electronic Systems. "We look forward to this relationship and the mutual pursuit of follow-on opportunities in the electronic warfare market."